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krans

(krɑːns)
n
(Physical Geography) South African a sheer rock face; precipice
[C18: from Afrikaans]
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Anastasiades, he said, has publicly stated his readiness to meet Akinci, either in private or in the presence of the UNSG's special envoy Jane Holl Lute to discuss the conditions under which an informal meeting could be held to discuss the restart of negotiations at the stage they left off in Krans Montana two years ago.
The new year offers workshops like "Art as a Spiritual Path: Paintings That Awaken the Soul" with Paul Heussenstamm; "Summoning the Artist Within: A Radical Exploration of Creativity" with Kim Krans; and "SoulCollage[R] and the Art of Imagination, Intuition, and Inquiry" with Jennie Oppenheimer.
* Olof Krans -- In middle age, with no training, Krans began painting his memories of childhood in the little religious community of Bishop Hills.
These stunning pictures were captured by pilot Christiaan van Heijst and pal Daan Krans.
Many new launches over the review period carried the Blue Ribbon (Den Bl Krans) and/or Swan labels.
If not, "The population growth could have wide-ranging impacts on the environment, economy, and health, including maternal and child mortality and lagging government investments in health, education, and infrastructure," reports Brian Krans for Healthline.
Ambitious middle-ranking people may desire access to higher-ranking positions, which could mean facing more challenges, while also maintaining their authority over lower-ranking workers (Krans, 2013).
Heather Krans, also of The Stein taw Firm in Concord, said the lack of work left Wiggin & Nourie unable to grow to the size it needed to.
HEREFORD 2 DARTFORD 2 LOAN debut-makers Kevin Krans and Ross Dyer netted a goal apiece to put Hereford back in the game after they trailed 1-0 at the break to Lee Noble's goal.
The team also includes Alana Kelley, Brianna Gauthier, Danielle Dauphinais, EmilyAnn Rudzinski, Haley MacKenzie, Hannah Griffith, Heather Reynolds, Jacob Marois, Jenna Gosselin, Jordan Krans, Lilly Holman, Paige Kelley, Rachel Lombardi, Sam Gallien and Sammi Lawrence.
Healey's early strike, set up by Etien Velikonja, put Cardiff ahead inside the first minute, while Kevin Krans equalised after six minutes.
But that shift will be slow, said Alan Krans, an analyst with Technology Business Research.